A couple is drawn into a game show with a whooping winning prize. However the game turns into more than a survival for them with no escape.


Aditya Datt


Sheershak Anand (story and screenplay), Shantanu Ray Chhibber (story and screenplay) | 2 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Paresh Rawal ... Mr. Khan
Rajeev Khandelwal ... Vivaan Agasthi
Tina Desai ... Siya Agasthi (as Tena Desae)
Dhruv Ganesh ... Akram
Asheesh Kapur Asheesh Kapur ... Bittoo
Hanif Hilal Hanif Hilal ... Gaouse
Gulam Gouse Deewani Gulam Gouse Deewani ... Head technical nerd
Ankit Ankit ... Bobby
Sumit Rana Sumit Rana ... Friend #1
Inderjeet Singh Sagoo Inderjeet Singh Sagoo ... Friend #2
Niketa Agarwal Niketa Agarwal ... Friend #3
Monica Monica ... Air hostess
James James ... Driver
Sangesh Sangesh ... Waiter #1
Mani Nakayan Mani Nakayan ... Waiter #2

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A couple live a mediocre life and are thrilled to have won an exotic vacation to Fiji & their excitement increases when they get a chance to play "Tell all truth" game for a mind boggling prize money. The game begins and the couple discovers that the game isn't really a game, but is a game of survival. Written by vhavnal

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anti villain | vacation | ragging | See All (3) »




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Though Rajeev Khandelwal's character believes in God, he is an atheist in real life. See more »


When Khan gives the task of manipulating to Vivaan, during that sequence the level of juice in Vivaan's glass changes from full to half then back to full again. See more »

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Before the credit roll, snippets of real-life ragging occurrences, media tales, messages by ragging victims and numbers of registered cases are displayed for over a minute. See more »


References Masoom (1983) See more »

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Table No.21 is edgy , engrossing , well-directed with superb performances and lovely twist at the end
15 January 2013 | by ketgup83See all my reviews

Table 21 was one of taut thriller with superb climax that will make you feel pity but also makes it an endearing watch.

A couple 5th wedding anniversary vacation goes horribly wrong when they decide to play a game called Table No.21 with a restaurant owner who promises to pay them 21 crores if they manage to win the game. However, as they play the game, mystery unfolds and reveals the ultimate truth which will impact their lives.

Aditya Datt(Ashiq Banaya Apne) completely surprises you his latest coming and especially if you are not expecting much from this movie. The story of playing a live-game has been witnessed before in movie LUCK but this was well-directed , well written and well-acted as well. The movie starts off with usual romantic stuff but gets to the point directly and keeps you engrossed till the actual drama unfolds. But main twist is in the end which is the highlight of the film and you will who is the main culprit here. Credit goes to the director for handling the thriller quite well. Acknowledgement for screenplay as well. Dialogues are good. Story is awesome. Songs are just about OK. Background score is nice. Cinematography is good. Performances by Rajeev Khandelwal and Paresh Rawal are brilliant. Both of them enact their part with conviction. Paresh Rawal surprises you with his versatile act.. in fact you are going to love his character. Rajeev Khandelwal is getting better with each film. You would appreciate his choice of films.

Table No.21 is edgy , engrossing , well-directed with superb performances and lovely twist at the end. Excellent - 4/5

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4 January 2013 (India) See more »

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$31,658, 6 January 2013

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